Scents and Sensuality: The Essence of Excitement

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This book stems from the premise that humans woefully neglect their powers of smell and taste, and thereby miss out on a whole range of pleasurable experiences. The author argues that the "smell brain", an organ with an earlier evolutionary history than the more complex intelligent brain, was designed both to recognize and to send out "markers", taste and smell signals which, for example, direct the animal towards useful food plants. Max Lake explains how to revive and use to the full these neglected powers, first through a ...

Scents and Sensuality: The Essence of Excitement 1991, Time Warner Paperbacks, London

ISBN-13: 9780708847534

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Scents and Sensuality: The Essence of Excitement 1989, John Murray Publishers Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780719546006

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